Letter from Charles Whibley to William Robinson

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Written from Broomhill House, Great Brickhill, Bletchley, [Buckinghamshire]. Manuscript

He thanks Robinson for his letter; he agrees with him that the surrender of Ireland was a dastardly act; he does not see how England, having applauded murder and rape, can recover from the dishonour or preserve the Empire; most of the members of the present government have loyal blood on their hands; he hopes to visit Robinson when the weather is warmer

Dated 3 Jan, no year [1923; Ireland became a Republic on 6 Dec 1922]